Does a mail server exist in Confluence?

I am following this tutorial on sending mail from a plugin:

I have boiled this down to two working lines:

MailQueueItem mailQueueItem = new ConfluenceMailQueueItem("", "A test email", "I request the world!", ConfluenceMailQueueItem.MIME_TYPE_TEXT);
        multiQueueTaskManager.addTask("mail", mailQueueItem);

This ouputs

[confluence.mail.template.ConfluenceMailQueueItem] send Unable to send email since no mail server has been configured.

I realize that Confluence may not always have a mail server configured. How, in code, do I detect whether a mail server has been configured (so that I can do an alternate operation)?


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Hey Roccio,

how did you get this output, and where?


Thank you in advance

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